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Brockton Holiday House benefits Make A Wish

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Tamara Shamus, Middleport, shows her daughter, Natalia Widmann, 3, the inside of Santa's Workshop. Shamus remembers when she dressed up as holiday characters during earlier Holiday House parades, which are still held the…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Tamara Shamus, Middleport, shows her daughter, Natalia Widmann, 3, the inside of Santa's Workshop. Shamus remembers when she dressed up as holiday characters during earlier Holiday House parades, which are still held the first Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Published December 08. 2011 05:01PM

Brockton's 32nd annual Holiday House, 402 Green St., has raised this year's illumination total to 61,260 lights.

The Holiday House contains a large array of illuminated displays, such as a lazer light show, shadow boxes, moving characters, Santa's Workshop, and much more. Frank Fabrizio family's animated Christmas display is one of the largest private-residence Christmas exhibits in Schuylkill and Carbon counties.

Fabrizio gave additional credit to his wife Wendy, brother Tom, and nephews Dylan and Matt. The holiday display is provided free to the public and all donations collected are given to the Make A Wish Foundation. Visitors are welcome to walk along a designated path through the exhibit, which will continue every day from 5:30 - 9 p.m. until Dec. 30.

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